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Anais do museu paulista This is the electronic version of the Anais do Museu Paulista (ISSN 0101-4714), or the annals of the Museum of São Paulo in Brazil, which is also known as the Ipiranga Museum. The journal focuses on research into the history of both the Museum and its collections and the city of São Paulo, reports on the Museum's exhibitions and restoration projects, and studies on Brazilian material culture. Users will find articles on, for example, the uniforms of the Brazilian National Guard between 1831 and 1852; caring for collections in tropical environments; the history of the Ibirapuera park and From New Humbul Resources on February 5, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

Procesos históricos : revista de historia, arte y ciencias sociales Procesos históricos (ISSN 1690-4818) is a peer-reviewed scholarly electronic journal from the University of the Andes in Venezuela, which publishes articles in the fields on history, art and the social sciences with relation to Hispanic and Latin American Studies predominantly. Published bi-annually since January 2002, users will find a broad range of articles, focusing on such diverse themes as: the historical development of cafés in Bogotá (Colombia) as meeting points for 20th century avant-garde literary circles; the monarchic convictions of María Antonia Bolívar, sister of the Libera From New Humbul Resources on February 5, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

Revista mexicana del caribe This is the electronic version of the peer-reviewed scholarly journal, the Revista Mexicana del Caribe (ISSN 1405-2962), which is made available in full through Red ALyC (the open access e-journal archive developed by the Universidad Autónoma de Estado de México). The Revista is a multi-disciplinary publication, devoted to research into the history, literature, culture, politics and sociology of the Caribbean and Central America. Users will find a broad range of articles, testimonies, reviews and longer critical study of individual polemical texts. Themes covered include: the Bourbon reforms From New Humbul Resources on February 5, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

The Doggerland project This single page outlines the nature of the Doggerland Project, headed by Professor Bryony Coles at the University of Exeter, together with a brief overview of Doggerland. Doggerland consists of the area of land, now covered by the North Sea, which connects the east coast of Britain with The Netherlands, Denmark and North Germany. The Doggerland Project, through the use of geological exploration of the seabed amongst other data sources, aims to reconstruct this landscape and examine how its gradual loss affected the lives of the peoples of north-western Europe from the late Palaeolithic to the From New Humbul Resources on February 5, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

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